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Michael D. Bailey. Magic and Superstition in Europe: A Concise History from Antiquity to the Present. Rowman & Littlefield. 2007. 275pp.

Charles R. Beard. Lucks and Talismans: A Chapter of Popular Superstition. Thomson Gale. 1974. 280pp.

Frederick Thomas Elworthy. The Evil Eye: An Account of this Ancient and Widespread Superstition. London: John Murray. 1895. 471pp.

J. Newton Friend. Demonology, Sympathetic Magic and Witchcraft: A Study of Superstition as It Persists in Man and Affects Him in a Scientific Age. Charles Griffin. 1961. 173pp.

Nathaniel Lachenmeyer. 13: The Story of the World's Most Popular Superstition: The Story of the World's Most Popular Superstition. Thunder's Mouth Press. 2004. 240pp.

Henry Charles Lea. Superstition and Force: Essays on the Wager of Law, the Wager of Battle, the Ordeal, Torture. Philadelphia: Lea Brothers & Co.. 1892. 627pp. 4th Edition.

Don Lewis. Religious Superstition Through the Ages. Mowbrays. 1975. 168pp.

Hugo Magnus. Translated by Julius L. Salinger. Superstition in Medicine. New York and London: Funk & Wagnalls. 1905. 205pp.

Eric Maple. Superstition and the Superstitious. A. S. Barnes. 1972. 192pp.

Dale B. Martin. Inventing Superstition: From the Hippocratics to the Christians. Harvard University Press. 2004. 307pp.

Helen Parish; William G. Naphy (editor). Religion and Superstition in Reformation Europe. Manchester University Press. 2002. 239pp.

Robert L. Park. Superstition: Belief in the Age of Science. Princeton University Press. 2008. 240pp.

Stuart A. Vyse. Believing in Magic: The Psychology of Superstition. Oxford University Press. 1997. 257pp.

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